SCOR Global Investments grows ILS assets to $460m

The asset management arm of French reinsurance firm SCOR, SCOR Global Investments, has announced that it has grown its insurance-linked assets to $460m and achieved a net average annual return to investors of 7.2% since inception three years ago. SCOR Global Investments marks the third anniversary of its Atropos ILS strategy read the full article →

SCOR plans two new Atropos ILS funds and ILS transformer operations

French reinsurer SCOR, one of the world's largest reinsurance companies, plans to strengthen and expand its operations to leverage the increasing convergence between reinsurance and capital markets, according to the reinsurers newly released strategic plan for the next three years. SCOR released its latest strategic plan earlier this week. The plan read the full article →

SCOR officially announces Atropos insurance-linked securities fund

French reinsurer SCOR has officially announced the launch of their Atropos insurance-linked securities fund today. We've written about Atropos previously, you can find our earlier articles about this new ILS fund here, the fund actually launched on the 31st August and has since been marketed to investors but SCOR have today read the full article →

SCOR begins marketing Atropos insurance-linked securities fund

French reinsurer SCOR has now launched and begun marketing the insurance-linked securities fund which they first hinted at nearly a year ago, according to an investor presentation (PDF) which discusses the progress they are making with their 'Strong Momentum' strategic three year plan. The fund launched in August according to the read the full article →

SCOR to set up and manage $100m Atropos insurance-linked securities fund

SCOR, the French reinsurer, have recently published their new strategic three year plan dubbed 'Strong Momentum'. A lot of the presentation which details the plan is devoted to SCOR Global Investments (SGI), their investment management arm and how they want to expand it and increase its contributions to group profits. One read the full article →